Federal Workers Union Asks To Pause Ruling On VA Deal

Law360 (November 10, 2020, 8:58 PM EST) -- A federal government employees' union wants to pause a Federal Labor Relations Authority panel's decision that largely sided with management in a dispute over a Veterans Affairs contract, saying Tuesday that a court should first weigh in on whether the panel is constitutional.

The American Federation of Government Employees' National Veterans Affairs Counsel announced in a statement that it filed a motion on Friday asking the FLRA to stay a ruling from the Federal Service Impasses Panel, because the union is awaiting decisions in pending appeals and a live court case that will be relevant to the outcome of the dispute.

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